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Start with the small stuff... Are you getting the wait to start light? If not, check maxi fuse #22 under the hood. If that fuse is blown, chances are the fuel bowl heater is shorted. The fuel bowl heater is on the driver's side of the fuel bowl, second connector up from the bottom. Just cut the wire, tape it up, replace the fuse and you should be in business.
If you are getting the wait to start light, check the hpop oil level. The "high Pressure Oil Pump reservoir is located in the middle, front of the engine. Looking down on it, you will see the oil pressure sensor on the passenger side of it with one connector going to it. On the driver's side of the reservoir, you will see a plug that either an allen socket or a 1/4" drive extension will fit it. Remove that plug and see if there is oil in there. If not, fill it up and give it a shot.
If the hpop is full, try uplugging the icp sensor to see if it will start. The Injector Control Pressure sensor is located in the drivers side oil rail on top of the head with a three wire connector going to it. By unplugging it, a default command is sent to the ipr and allows pressure to build. This procedure will tell you if the icp is bad.
Try those and post back any results.
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